Added by Sophie on October 14, 2014 at 7:00am — No Comments
I hate to break it, but we're kind of butting up against the last call for chile this season, as most roasters seem to close out their supply at the end of October. With that in mind, here's who we know is still roasting:
My 86 year old mother has dementia. Her short term memory is pretty much gone but her memories of the past are crystal clear. For anyone who has a loved one with the disease, you know how difficult it can be caring for them.
On weekends, when her full-time caretaker takes her days off, my daughter, my niece and I take turns taking care of her. I usually like to do simple crafting projects…Continue
Denise Bergman lives in Massachusetts but has a connection to Albuquerque because her new poetry collection, A Woman In Pieces Crossed the Sea, won West End Press’s Patricia Clarke Smith Award and was published here in June. Those of us who knew Pat, know she would be pleased, and that she would…Continue
The folk art/recycle art community in this town is full of raw talent, quirkiness, and in some cases, pure genius. What better way to celebrate all of this than sharing art, music and food? Today was the 11th Annual Corkfest festival in the South Valley.
To give you an idea of the history of this…Continue
Added by Adelita on October 10, 2014 at 4:22pm — No Comments
Friday, October 10
We at Avokado Artists, are very excited to be working with the National Hispanic Cultural Center on CHISPA: Latin Diva Series and New Latin Music Series and next year's FESTIVAL CHISPA, which will take place on June 20, 2015 (stay tuned for more info and lineup!)
Added by Tom Frouge on October 9, 2014 at 10:42am — No Comments
I think many people connect to the geography of wherever they grew up, whether that is close to the mountains, out on the mesa, near the river, and so on. My connection is with the valley, the river, and the bosque but more specifically, the alfalfa fields in the South Valley. It started when I was in…Continue